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Old 09-01-2017, 05:57 AM   #1
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Fuse Panel

Hi... My fuse panel on my 2015 Keystone Bullet 248RKS is not labeled to indicate which components are on what circuit... is there a "standard" diagram out there? or are they all different and do I need to find another way to figure out "what's what" ? Thanks in advance.
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Old 09-01-2017, 06:27 AM   #2
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Well, all I can say is welcome to the the wonderful world of RV's. The only "standard" is nothing is standard. I've had 2 identical units that came off the same assembly line at the same time (VIN 1 number different) and found lots of things different.
Even when they are labeled, that doesn't mean it is what it says. I just replaced my AC and the breaker for it is labeled microwave.

About the only true way to figure it out is either turn everything ON and start pulling fuses or pull them all out, turn everything ON and start putting them back in.

Or do what I do, don't worry about it until you pop a fuse and the LED next to it tells you it blew. At that point you can see what else doesn't work that used to work.
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Thank you, Chuckster57. I didn't know that there was an LED light next to a blown fuse, but now I do! Appreciate your reply and guess I won't worry about it at this point. I'm just trying to get familiar with my rig since I'm so new at this. Again, my thanks.
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Your very welcome. You'll probably discover lots of things during your ownership. Enjoy and just ask away next time something comes up.
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